Los Angeles Sitting Group

New opportunity for practice in L.A.!

A weekly mindfulness and meditation sitting group will be starting in January 2018. Hosted by longtime student Wendy Meyer and her partner Tommy Tung in their home.

The power of Sangha: In every wisdom tradition, meditation hasn’t been just a way to seek inner knowledge. It has the potential to transform the world. Research on the power of group meditation has been ongoing for several decades, and the results seem to validate what the ancient sages said, that there is greater peace in the vicinity of the enlightened. Individually we may not see ourselves as enlightened, but the group effect multiplies each single member.” —Deepak Chopra


The group will meet Monday evenings from 7:30-8:30pm, starting January 15, 2018.


Located on the western edge of Culver City near Playa Vista.

For location address and more information, contact Wendy at wendymeyerwriter [at] gmail.com  

Free street parking is available (no permits or restrictions).  Please enter via the fence gate next to the garage (on Lindblade Drive). It will be well lit and there will be signs.  A path will lead to the meditation space.

The fence gate will be locked at 7:30pm.  The space will open at 7:15pm; please arrive a few minutes early to get settled.

This is a silent meditation group, and as such, we gather in silence and leave in silence. There will be a 30-minute meditation (guided for newcomers), followed by 30 minutes of mindfulness practice, relational exercises and reflection guided by facilitators trained by Deborah Eden Tull, founder of Mindful Living Revolution. 

Funded by donations (to MLR and space upkeep). The invitation is to be generous and honest with yourself in this process. The amount you donate may change on a weekly basis, and that’s fine. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. There is the option to offer a cash donation in-person at the meeting or you can donate at any time via PayPal. 

LA Sitting Group Donation


“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” — Margaret Mead